Last Updated on September 20, 2021
MSNBC Richard Stengel made the bold claim on Monday that the Biden regime’s use of a drone to kill 10 Afghan civilians in a strike that has been classified as accidental actually “just confirms the rightness and correctness” of Biden’s botched and heavily criticized withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Stengel was asked, “It was already a rough patch for the Biden administration to say the least, but where does this mistake leave the White House now, how does it fit into the broader story of Afghanistan?”
MSNBC’s Rick @Stengel: Biden accidentally droning 10 innocent civilians "just confirms the rightness and correctness” of his approach to Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/iaR7NpeNCW
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 20, 2021
“Well Craig, I would say it just confirms the rightness and correctness of, of evacuating from Afghanistan, and the difficulties that uh, U.S. soldiers face in that country,” Stengel declared. “I mean, you know the, even the administration has admitted the intelligence they had about how long the Afghan government would survive and the, and the efficacy and power of the Afghan military, I mean our intelligence was not great about that either, and I think that’s one of the reasons President Biden has always been a skeptic about uh, American boots on the ground in Afghanistan… ”
As National File previously reported, the Biden regime admitted to the killing of civilians last week:
The Biden regime has confessed to the indiscriminate slaughter of 10 Afghan civilians, including 7 children in Kabul with a drone strike they originally claimed took the lives of individuals involved with the coordination of suicide bombings that resulted in the deaths of 13 U.S. servicemembers at the Kabul airport.
The Biden regime has admitted that the Kabul drone strike meant for “ISIS-K” terrorists in Afghanistan actually killed an innocent Afghan aid worker and 9 members of his family, including 7 children. The admission came from Gen. Frank McKenzie, the top general of US Central Command, at the Pentagon on Friday.